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familiar seven candidate on the stage. former senator rick santorum. texas governor rick perry. former massachusetts governor mitt romney. former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. congressman ron paul. congresswoman michele bachmann. former utah governor jon huntsman. [ applause ] joining me at the big desk my fox news colleague, neil cavuto, chris wallace, and megyn kelly. our rules are similar to the previous fox debate. one minute for answers. 30 seconds for follow-ups. if the candidates run too long, we'll politely remind them it's time to wrap up with this sound. after a long string of debates we trust you know the drill and we won't have to use it much. we have an enthusiastic crowd here tonight and we welcome that. but we do have a limited amount of time here. we ask you to honor the fact we're trying to keep valuable time for candidates throughout the debate. tonight's event obviously comes amid an extraordinary backdrop. the struggling american economy now further threatened by financial turmoil in europe, gridlock on capitol hill. a real threat to world security posed by i
to make this country morey -- more efficient. >> if texas -- would you see immigration from or into texas. >> people would move to texas. >>> on that note, let's move, imigrate, if you will, to the next segment. all right, from corpses to caucuses. as the ads makes him sag, newt is blasting his rivals for blasting him and trying to shame rawn paul, mitt romney and others into stopping their tv attacks which apparently are working. according to the campaign experts, ie my pet turtle, the negative messages are a big reason for gingrich's collapse in the iowa polls. >> he doesn't have the discipline you want in a president. >> he is out and basically he is out in the left wing of the republican party. >> frightening. on tuesday, the former speaker called out his critiqueers. >> it probably depends on whether the people decide to reward those running negative campaigns or those who decide they are disgusted with it and turn away from us. but they are just plain not true, and they are saying things that are absurd, you know. to attack me as a conservative when i have a 90% lifetime american co
with too many beers. ron paul looked like he was selling used cars somewhere in texas which freaked me out and i have been to lake palestine and it is divided. i don't think anybody made points. i understand mitt romney is running for president, but a lot more people would be comfortable with him as a game time host. >> by the way, you are a game show host, so you would know. you are quite good at this. i have to tell you, i thought -- and kevin i will go to you. i thought this was a substantive -- i wish i could say that word instead of sounding like an i had yesterday -- like an idiot, debate. they were going after stuff from fast and furious. i thought michele bachmann was really strong against newt. i thought newt was newt and mitt didn't make any mistakes. what do you make of it? >> i think bachman has been good through awful this stuff. but when you feel the need to proclaim your seriousness, it is like the hot chick talking about how hot she is, and nobody will brig believe that. the debates have been pretty strong. there is a lot of nice intellectual back and forth. there is some r
's probably what mitt romney feels. after offering a texas-sized wager to rick per rear during -- perry during the gop debate. >> you prefer individual mandates, my friend. >> you know, you have raised that before, rick. >> it was true then. and it is true now. >> rick, i tell you what. $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business. >> oh, okay. >> should have bet a collection of bottle caps. on sunday the former massachusetts governor responded to criticism from fellow candidates and democrats that he is out of touch. >> this was an outrageous number to answer an outrageous charge from him. it has been proven wrong time and time begin. let's put something outrageous out there. i bet you a million bucks x, y or z. my wife came up and said, mitt, it was a great debate. you are great at a lot of things, just not betting. >> i didn't realize he had four heads. it is not a joke. newt gingrich's proposal for a lunar colony. if only romney could get on board jie. we will start with his idea to have a lunar colony that would mine minerals from the moon, i am not in favor of spending that kind of mo
tha is different from anybody else. like maroon 5, which is an all girl group, from austin, texas. and then there is coldplay which i believe is a jazz band fronted by a dwarf. i like the fact they are saying something different even though tts crazy. -- crazy. i don't know. >> that was my point. you don't see or he this every day. it is so much more comfortable to be the fleet wood mac and sing the theme song at the democratic national convention rather than come out on this side. >> here is the thing about korn, they will never beat fleet wood mac because they are so disgusting and they would never sleep with each other. >> i haven't felt this refreshed since kesha's opinion of shadow government. >> amazing. that moves me. you have to pick up the third volume of her work. it is about 1200 page. >> her scrolls. >> a lot of people thought the dollar sign in her name was meaning less, but turns out it means a lot. >> swree to take a break. e-mail us at fox news .com. 212-462-5050. still to come, the half time report from tv's andy levy. can't stand that guy. >> tonight is sponsored
they were the late toast take a pass on the donald trump debate. the texas governor's campaign saying, quote, traditional retail campaigning in the days and weeks leading up to the iowa caucus, and it is perry's top priority. we have respectfully declined the invitation. didn't have to be so rude about it. so for trump and news max have yes' from newt gingrich and santorum. and he is a dynamic presence. he gets my vote. but some republican leaders think the whole thing is a bad idea. >> we appreciate what mr. trump has done. but if you are still talking about potentially running as an independent candidate, that's a problem. >> maybe you are the problem. just kidding. see you on the court. for more we 2 to "red eye" senior political correspondent. >> andrew i will go to you first and pray you have a cogent answer. >> what is so frustrating is the people who say no to donald trump or the people who say to the msnbc's of the world and are willing to sit there and sets them up, and now they can't stand donald trump when he is probably one of the only successful capitalists out there haling the
track down the money and he gave him the name of a texas man reported of losing the money. robert? if you and greg -- he was at home while i am reading on the prompter. these two children here, robert and greg, are passing notes to each other like they are in seventh grade and in love. >> i am reading it and that's not all they are doing. they are doing this and whispering to each other. >> he keeps on coming with good ones. while you say things you write them down like the genius he is. and i keep trying to steel them. so if you go to me i will take one of these jokes. >> let me go to you then. do you buy this guy's story he waited to get home before he opened the envelopes 1234* when there is money in envelopes you can tell. >> he didn't wait until he got home. he found the $10,000 and it took him that long to wrestle with his conscience, and then he found he is an idiot and then he gave it -- there is funny is he said he felt like a million bucks. i have done stuff where you are like, what do i do and you do the right thing and you field good. it is for maybe an hour. and then
and in 2001 he told texas monthly, quote, i could never say this in the campaign, but those words weren't really written by me. it was not my lange language. other people helped me with my newsletter as i traveled around. his story has changed two or three times. i think that's part of the problem here. >> i think that's part of the problem, andy. inconsistent answers. >> i believe he probably didn't write any of that stuff, but i think he is flat out lying when he says he doesn't know who wrote them. it is a fairly open secret that his buddy lou rock wrote them. if you are publishing a newspaper and things are in it often in it is first person you should know what was in them. >> lou rockwell is a terrific actor jie. he is, actually. you may remember a couple years ago i did a series of pamphlets. it was how the jews use technology to control your thoughts. >> yes. >> the secret meaning behind jew names. >> right. >> why the jews won't pay you. >> yes. >> and twitter, are there jews following you? i stand by those, greg. >> you do. >> i don't pretend i didn't write them orie nouns them
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